Amherst, N.Y. – Stampede, the pro A/V distributor, said
Sharp’s new line of Aquos Board interactive display systems will be part of its
Spring 2012 Big Book of AV Tour (BBOAV).
According to Stampede president Kevin Kelly, “This year’s
tour will place added emphasis on the education channel, and the Aquos Board
interactive display systems represent the next great advance in in-class
learning and collaboration.
“With a simple user interface and the ability to save, share
and print documents, including the user-input markup, educators and students
can discuss information in a whole new way.”
Stampede is creating a series of customized training
sessions that cover every capability of the new Aquos Board displays, Kelly
The new line of displays is the first commercial-grade line
of interactive displays to ever carry Sharp’s Aquos name, the distributor said.
The line consists of 60-, 70- and 80-inch model, available now.
The Aquos Board offers seamless integration with
presentation and video-conferencing technologies, such as including WebEx,
GoToMeeting and Skype, Stampede said. Additionally, the system will be fully
compatible with a full array of Microsoft products (Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft
Windows 7 and Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7).
In addition to the PN-L802B stand-alone display, which comes
with a three-year on-site parts and labor limited warranty, customers also have
the option of purchasing a bundled solution.
The bundle — PN-L802B-PKG –includes the Aquos Board
80-inch class, full-array, LED backlit, interactive touchpanel display; the
PN-TPC2W7 Compact Whiteboard PC; and a rolling cart floor stand. The whiteboard
PC connects easily to the rear of the display; utilizes an Intel Pentium
dual-core 2.5 GHz processor; comes pre-loaded with Microsoft Windows 7, Sharp
Pen Software and touchscreen drivers; and is sold with an HDMI connecting cable
for easy system setup.
The 80-inch class LED touchpanel, with FullHD 1,920 by 1,080
resolution, is equipped with Sharp’s UV2A photo alignment and full-array LED
backlight technologies to create an energy-efficient screen that is easy to
read in most environments, regardless of ambient light, the distributor said.
For more information about the Big Book of AV Tour, visit